Driven to decay

When the industrial revolution came to New England it came in the form of mills.  Water-powered turbines sprang up on every river big enough to drive one and even on what now appear to be placid little brooks.  I've always loved the architecture of large mill buildings.  Having basically grown up in New England's largest... Continue Reading →

Massive Dynamic

Props to the writers of Fringe for the great company name.  I'm surprised it is still available for TV to use and I couldn't resist borrowing it for this series of photos.  I think it encapsulates the industrial authority of the bridge and the persistent ecology that it spans.  That being the Merrimack river. A... Continue Reading →

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